Wildlife Rehabilitation


Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah, Ogden, UT
Great Basin Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education, Mapleton, UT
Avian Sanctuary and Protection, West Valley City, UT
Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation, Price-Helper, UT
Additional Rehabilitator Lists
What to do if you find a baby bird?
What to do if you find an injured bird?
What to do if you find a dead bird?
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Rehabilitators (North to South):

If you find an injured bird, especially if the bird is a migratory bird or a raptor, you can contact one of the following Utah rehabilitation groups:

DaLyn Erickson
Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah
1490 Park Blvd, Ogden Utah, 84401
(Mailing address: 3127 N Pelican Drive, Farr West, UT 84404.)
Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utahhttp://www.wrcnu.org
Found an injured or orphaned animal?
Whenever you find an injured or orphaned wild animal, call Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah (801-814-7888) or your local licensed wildlife rehabilitator to determine whether the animal actually needs help!

NEVER email or use Facebook–the very life you are trying to save counts on you calling us as SOON AS POSSIBLE–Understand that we receive 100-150 calls every day; be patient and keep trying–THANK YOU!

Patti Richards
Great Basin Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education
Mapleton, UT

Richard Nowak
Avian Sanctuary and Protection
1232 W Parkway Ave
West Valley City, UT 84119
Call or text us questions: (801) 688-6911

Debbie Pappas
Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation
725 North Carbonville Road
Price, Utah 84501

Best Friends Animal Sanctuary
Kanab, UT
435-644-2001, Ext 4460

A Statewide List of Rehabilitators is found on the Great Basin Wildlife Rehabilitation site:

Utah Division of Wildlife Resources: Wildlife rehabilitators and nuisance control

What to do if you find a baby bird?

What to do if you find a baby bird? (Utah Division of Wildlife Resources:)

More on ‘What to do with baby ducks’
After you read the above, follow the Toronto Wildlife Centre guidance below if you have nesting duck problems. Use the links at the bottom of our page for local rehab centers.
Ducks are protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act

  1. Ducks intend to leave with their babies. …
  2. Where will the ducks go? (to water)…
  3. Don’t touch the nest. …
  4. Let people know. …
  5. Don’t feed the ducks. It attracts predators…
  6. Change the landscape (after they leave.) …
  7. Be a nuisance (before they nest.)


What to Do if You Find a Baby Bird (Audubon Society of Portland)
Below is a quick guide to help you make the right decision when a baby bird is found. Many species of birds such as robins, scrub jays, crows and owls leave the nest and spend as many as 2-5 days on the ground before they can fly. This is a normal and vital part of the young birds …

Utah Division of Wildlife Resources:
What to do if you find a baby bird on the ground?


What to do if you find an injured bird?

If you need assistance, or have questions about transporting injured birds, contact the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources:

Regional Offices:
– Northern: 515 E 5300 S, Ogden, UT 84405, Tel: 801-476-2740
– Northeastern: 318 N Vernal Ave, Vernal, UT 84078, Tel: 435-781-9453
– Central: 1115 N Main St., Springville, UT 84663, Tel: 801-491-5678
– Southeastern: 319 N Carbonville Rd, Price, UT 84501, Tel: 435-613-3700
– Southern: 1470 N Airport Rd, Cedar City, UT 84721, Tel: 435-865-6100